subpopulation


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subpopulation

[¦səb‚päp·yə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
A subset of population. Also known as stratum.
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Besides, success of surgical procedures requiring mental nerve block for the different subpopulation groups is contingent on accurate knowledge of the MF position, shape and number and position symmetry existing in these subpopulation groups.
We therefore sought to evaluate his T-cell subpopulations, including Th1/Tc1, Th2/Tc2, Th9/Tc9, Th17/Tc17, and Treg, in BALF and blood using flow cytometry.
(2004) resulted in yet another three individuals probably (p [less than or equal to] 0.01) not descending from the assigned subpopulation. Of these eight individuals, four were assigned to the Middle, two to the South and one each to the Wahlstedt and the West subpopulation.
Mean value, standard deviation, variable coefficient, maximum and minimum of expression and T lymphocyte subpopulation traits data were calculated within Microsoft Excel (Redmond, WA, USA).
In the early 1990s, several investigators observed and reported on the presence of a subpopulation ("side population") in murine hematopoietic stem cells (mHSCs) that have the ability to actively efflux fluorescent dyes such as Hoechst 33342 and/or Rhodamine 123 [57, 58].
Recent work has suggested that EMT phenotypes in CTCs may be responsible for metastasis, raising interest in the correlation between EMT-CTC subpopulations and features of metastatic cancer [10-13].
In order to figure out if Tag7 can activate lymphocytes, we performed a comparative analysis of the accumulation of CD3+CD4+ cells in the subpopulation of human PBMC, induced either by the IL-2 cytokine or by the Tag7 innate immunity protein.
The model assumes that the susceptible individuals who receive a vaccine pass directly to the vaccinated subpopulation and they maintain the immunity for life although they have contacts with infectious individuals.
Proportion of spermatozoa with damaged chromatin was significantly lower in the subpopulation with intermediate sperm head (SP2) with 20.28%, in comparison with the 53.15% and 42.31% in SP1 and SP3, respectively (TABLE II).
The defective subpopulation is therefore, the main contributor to the overall failure rate.
Bear A in this study was unusual because her movements took her from the SB in Canada to the Chukchi Sea subpopulation (CS) in Russia over the first two months of collar deployment.
subpopulation to illustrate the impact of this assumption on the total water exposure assessment.